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May 3, 2014 5:00pm PDT
down to just one game. in less than two hours they'll be facing off against the los angeles clippers in game seven. what can you say, what a way to wrap up a first playoff series. >> you know what, doesn't get any better than this. when the warriorss tip off thei first game seven in 37 years a boost in the middle, jermaine oneal suff oneal suited up. he suffered an injury thursday night in oracle. an mri showed no ligament damage. the big man ready to contribute as much as he can. mark jackson knows it's now up to his fellows to win one game and survive. >> we work every day, prepare every day for this moment, and now it's time as a coach to get out of the way. you remind them of some things, but you got to be hyped up for game seven. i don't want you on my team. >> very well said. csnbayarea.com warriors insider monte pool joins us live from staples center. monte, how much of an impact can we expect jermaine o'neal to make on the court tonight? >> reporter: honestly it's probably going to be more emotional than anything else. jermaine at the beginning of this series was in the start
ABC
May 3, 2014 5:00pm PDT
apologize to the nation to the world, for his racist remarks. >> the los angeles clippers in a must-win game tonight against the golden state warriors, trying to distance themselves from their owner. donald sterling is expected to get notice 0 from the nba of the charges against him, has a couple days to respond and then has hearing in front of the nba board of governors to decide whether or not he loses his team. >>> we'll continue to bring you all the developments, and to see barbara walters' exclusive interview go to our web site. >>> the battle over developing san francisco's waterfront is heading back to the polls. ahead, how one group wants to ensure those who live in the city have a say. why some say that's not such a good idea? he hookup truck is looking for a second day where the mobile meeting room for intimate connections is spending part of the night. >> i'm frances dinglasan in the accuweather center. temperatures came down and it was breezy. i'll let you now how long the cooling trend will con >>> supporters of san francisco's proposition b want voters to have a say in projects
SFGTV
May 3, 2014 4:00pm PDT
a good job and you end up being able to afford a good place to live and so we need to go to la, los angeles, san francisco, arizona, and study the job corp program in the how they are hooked up and i think that we can come back to a place like treasure island and set something like that up for just a two year period of time and now shs once the money and all of that stuff is on, i don't know, i could do the research and come back with that and i think that we need to start looking at dramatically different things and thank you, and have a good day. >> thank you very much. >> next speaker. >> good afternoon, supervisors, don faulk the executive director of the tender loin corporation, 700 are set aside for the formally homeless people and i am pleased to say that i hope that they will approve, and which will include another 40 units for homeless individuals and family and there is a growing understanding that it is clearly understood that there is savings from supportive housing and a growing understanding that housing is healthcare and that is a part of a bigger movement sweeping th
SFGTV
May 3, 2014 3:30pm PDT
across the country, and this includes, san francisco, los angeles, washington, county, michigan and the state of connecticut. our strategy is to work with the local partners tho develop and refine this model of supportive housing, and two, build a solid base for residents and that supportive housing is the effective intervention for the high cost users and three, develop the blueprint for replication and bau we are confident that the csh evaluation will show that providing supportive housing will result in reduced healthcare costs and improve health out comes. >> and in san francisco, we are fortunate to partner with the tender loin development organization and direct access to housing program and two organizations with a vast amount of experience providing supportive housing. and here, in the community, they are providing affordable housing and an array of service and access to primary care and behavior health service to 172 formally homeless individuals, at the community, and the beautifully renovated ymca building at the corner of golden gate and levenworth. 50 of the tenants
CNN
May 3, 2014 3:00pm PDT
to see that walking down sunset boulevard in los angeles. >> spencer and dana, get your geek on tonight and have a good time. you look fabulous. >> jay is taking care of me, don, back here. he is the camera man. >> you are hilarious and dana looks amazing and you do too. a tough crowd you have out there. looks like everybody is rushing in to get ready to start the dinner. >> can you see the sweat beads? >> you look amazing. you know what we are going to do? because we haven't taken a break in a long time. just so the views know, complete transparency here. in the meeting i said that you and suzanne are my angels so i wanted an old school speaker phone like charlie and i would say, angels, who is on the red carpet? this is charlie! >> i'm glad that was vetoed. >> are you glad they said no? >> yes. >> all right, i'm sure. do we still have ben ferguson there as well? no ben? >> yes. >> ben, are you geeking out? are you excited? >> i'm telling you, this is the only place that actually wolf blitzer can actually be the hot ticket for a hollywood stars tonight! this is like revenge of every gu
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 6:00pm EDT
charged comments made by the owner of the los angeles clippers. >> the spotlight should be on the excitement of play-off basketball. saturday marks the first time ever in league history that three game 7s will be played on the same day. adding to the mix, the drama for the grizzlies will play their win or go home day without zac randolph. he becomes the first player ever to miss a game 7 for any reason after leading his team in scoring the entire series. instead, the focus shifts back to disgraced clippers owner donald sterling after v.stiviano talked on camera for the first time since the nba suspended and fined sterling telling barbara walters she was not a girlfriend but a personal assistant to the 80-year-old nba owner and that she doesn't think et cetera a racist. >> you have heard him say derogatory things. >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think that the things he says are not what he feels. >> asked as to whether sterling should apologize, she said, absolutely. as for the owner, himself, the only remorse comes from how he handled the situation. whil
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 6:00pm EDT
and--and those conservative publications, but other things as well, the economist, the los angeles times, of all things, but also government documents. and i think that was surprising for many who've seen the book who were even close to reagan. he--ncs 68, national security council 68, was a centerpiece document of containment for the us in the cold war, drafted by paul nitze and others at this policy planning staff in the state department to 1949 and '50 presented to president truman. it was declassified in 1975. reagan devoted two radio broadcasts to nsc 68. and i actually went back and looked at that huge government document and--to see what reagan was quoting, and he was quoting from all over that document, trying to talk about what rearmament--what mean in peace time and why it was important and what the soviet threat was like. c-span: do you get any sense of how he got it? >> guest: i did and i couldn't find--i initially found a document to suggest that richard allen provided him with nsc 68, and i didn't cite that in the book. i--i couldn't find it as--as we were finishing.
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 6:00pm EDT
] >> i am american, now. ok. >> hi, guys. [indiscernible] eric garcetti. mayor of los angeles. >> who is your favorite white house correspondent? >> my with favorite -- my favorite white house correspondent. i live all the way in los angeles. i love politico. [indiscernible] we went to college together. >> thanks so much. 1, 2, 3. >> can you turn this way? >> good. [indiscernible] >> what time did you get home? [indiscernible] >> are you kidding? [indiscernible] hi, how are you? [indiscernible] >> ok, yeah. >> i did a lot of -- [indiscernible] >> i reread -- [indiscernible] >> what was in your life that made you [indiscernible] >> i studied international relations. [indiscernible] >> how was that? >> enjoy yourselves. >> right up there. right -- walk in the door to the left. >> can we get a picture quickly? >> you said you always have an interest in politics. can you tell us about that? >> i volunteered for the 1996 campaign. i worked in campaign headquarters for a couple of months. scientology.ly ci in college. a part of me,been in my dna. [indiscernible] it was sort of in there some
FOX News
May 3, 2014 3:00pm PDT
,000 for her commencement speech. >>> arthel, in los angeles, the woman who shook up the nba by recording those racist comments made by the owner of the l.a. clippers says there is more from where that came from. donald sterling's companion says she has hours of similar conversations on tape. she also says that mr. sterling is not a racist. dominic dinatale with the latest on this. hi, dominic. >> reporter: hey there. she does say he's not a racist, but then doesn't make herself exactly clear about where he stands himself when it comes to his own prejudices. she witness on air on friday night on abc's "20/20", examples inclusive interview with barbara walters. the beginning of the week look very different. it was quite an interview. there was quite a lot that she went through. most important thing was saying she does believe that sterling isn't a racist, but you do know she went on to say other things as well that contradict that. take a listen. >> i wanted to get him to see what he was doing to me, what he was doing to himself. a lot of the times i would overemphasize and be cynical because he
SFGTV
May 3, 2014 2:30pm PDT
have really advocated for is shared housing and you can look in los angeles and see that they have created a model where someone can live in their home and generate an income and make a livelihood by having the people placed in rooms in their housing who, you know, have disabilities and have, special needs and have been chronically homeless and i think that that is a model, that can work here, and we have adapted changes so that the people can have shared housing with respect to section eight and i think in this difficult housing market it is something that we really have to do even more to make available people to be creative in securing their housing. and i think that we have to make sure that our emergency services remain open and fluid and i think that the supplemental really speaks to that but we have got to focus in on the long term stayers and a lot of work and meeting with dph and hsa to identify what are the barriers who have prevented people who have housing offers or should be at a stage where we are moving into housing and continue to fund the permanent housing exits an
CNN
May 3, 2014 2:00pm PDT
playoff game against the golden state warriors. let's go to ted rowlands who is in los angeles outside the staples center. ted, stiviano says she talked to sterling after the scandal broke. what is she saying? >> reporter: she says that he's confused and that he's hurt basically. barbara walters asked her what donald sterling was going through, because we haven't heard from donald sterling. and one would think maybe donald sterling's not talking to her, but that's not the case. in fact, apparently he was at the barbara walters interview or at least there at some point with her. they're still together, whatever the relationship entails. here is what she said sterling is doing following the release of the audiotapes. >> you just left donald sterling. what is his state of mind right now? >> confused. i think he feels very alone. not truly supported. by those around him. tormented. emotionally traumatized. >> reporter: she also says she doesn't think that donald sterling is a racist, but that he should apologize and she said what we have heard, that portion of the audio, is just a small pa
FOX News
May 3, 2014 2:00pm PDT
aired, though. l >> netflix hasn't yet. technically it hasn't. how about this? the naacp, los angeles chapter is getting a ton of heat from the african-american community and the media over their lifetime achievement award they planned on honoring donaldac sterling with later this months. for sterling's 2009 award,late listen to their long-time, l president, low onjenkins. >> is the los angeles naacp make request for him to return -- this is not like the heisman trophy. weigh gave out an award. he has it. we're not going to ask him to return an award he had gottentor years ago. >> absurd, right?ght jenkins resigned yesterday saying he was doing so to,ye quote, separate the los angeles naacp and naacp electric the negative exposure i have caused, close that quote. any thoughts?that >> i think it's great that he>> resigned, but having his replacement and picking donald sterling, that's a bad choice. >> dana, if jenkins came out on monday, the day -- the first media day after this broke and said, you know, we're christian, maybe we'll forgive and forget. but is it about money? >> i don't
SFGTV
May 3, 2014 2:00pm PDT
and $6 in subsequent years. and i also shared a study from los angeles, the brief executive summary is here is where we sleep and it was produced in 2009 and brought together all of the public agencies in la, city and county and when they looked at it in los angeles, you experience a 79 percent cost reduction, when chronically homeless people are housed and even when you add in capitol and operating costs for supportive housing the net savings is 41 percent. >> and you can ask, is this type of straggy going to work in san francisco? and the answer is absolutely yes and joyce and margo from dph are going to provide the specifics and i think that we are be proud of the fact that shs and dph have done a job in taking the leadership and showing that the most difficult populations can be housed and you can look at the success and the chronic homeless in san francisco with 62 percent of our homeless population, and what we have been able to accomplish with veterans where we have a strong federal partnership and we have been able to be successful and working with them and meeting on a week
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 4:59pm EDT
. >> he was driving at 4:00 in the morning in los angeles, and the fire and all that. he was 35 years old. he wrote a book about stanley mcchrystal, the general in afghanistan. he had to leave the service. >> i met him twice. i never knew him. ultimately michael he's things wrote what i think is one of the arguably most consequential stories of president obama's first term. he wrote a profile of stanley mcchrystal in which the general and people around him spoke out. michael quoted from some of those conversations. there is some disagreement about whether ground rules were violated. ultimately mcchrystal ended up being fired for those remarks. there was quite a bit of reaction for hastings. i do not know the ground rules that were there, whether they were violated. ultimately, he was cast out. the there was again a "how dare you" outcry. it did have a circling the wagons category. in fact, i go hastings was an outsider. he was not a part of any club. he broke a big story. people like woodward and bernstein when they broke watergate were outsiders. quite often you need to be outside of tho
FOX News
May 3, 2014 1:30pm PDT
and the conflict only seems to be spreading. >>> back here at home in los angeles, the woman who secretly recorded the owner of the los angeles clippers says he owes everybody an apology. v. stiviano captured donald sterling's racist comments which were later leaked to the media. and that led to his banishment from the nba. she now says she really doesn't believe he's a racist. >> we're not sure what she believes. in an interview she did with barbara walters last night, we aren't sure whether she really does believe that. she says it but contradicts herself several times. this is what she looked like on monday, hiding her face with this bizarre plastic visor. some friday night, she was ready to talk on camera and was answering the blunt question, is donald sterling a racist? >> no, i don't believe it in my heart. >> as you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general? >> absolutely. >> you've heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. >> things that he says are not what he feels. that came up time
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 1:00pm PDT
who n owns residential rental properties in los angeles. heavy ace accused of refusing to rent to black tenants. sterling denied any wrong doing and settled the suit for $2.7 million. this and another housing discrimination suit may speak to a larger narrative of racism in this country. my panel is back with me to discuss and we're joined by todd boyd, professor at the school of cinema and television. professor, i'm going to start with you because you have followed donald sterling for a number of years. why is it that it took this for sterling to actually be outed, if you will, or stopped? >> i think there are probably multiple reasons. one sort of straight forward way, donald sterling is known as a very litigious personality and i'm not sure if the nba really wanted to confront what it would mean to take on donald sterling. we'll see how this will play out going forward. but i think at a larger level, it's important to recognize that we live in a society where a very high bar has been set in terms of the public agreeing that certain statements, thoughts or acts are racist. and
PBS
May 3, 2014 12:30pm PDT
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Bloomberg
May 3, 2014 3:00pm EDT
franchise, they are looking for international expansion. we sat down with bob iger in los angeles and asked him about the investment in china. take a listen. >> i am very invested in not just disney today, but disney long-term. well beyond my tenure as ceo. one of the things that any ceo needs to do is not just manage a business successfully in the moment or for the quarter or the year. they should manage the business for success long-term. among the decisions that we have made collectively as a management team, we wanted to invest in china and plant seeds and big trees that will fuel enormous growth for the company long-term beyond my tenure. it means a lot to me because when i think about carrying on my responsibilities and my legacy, shanghai disneyland looms large. china looms large. >> i know you talked about that park, things that are unique to china. what are examples of that? >> my charge to the imagineers is to make it authentically disney but distinctly chinese. those words. we are bringing a disneyland park to china. our strong instinct and the research that we have done support
CNN
May 3, 2014 12:00pm PDT
much. right outside the staples center in los angeles. all right. there is a lot of talk about what sterling could do to hold onto the clippers. we will does all of that straight ahead. . . all right, it's been a violent and deadly day in the ukraine. we are hearing more reports of clashes between ukrainian troops and pro-russian separatists. people were warned in one town to stay inside their homes. there was one glimmer of hope. western separatists were released today after they were freed, they appeared with the acting ukrainian prime minister we'll have a live report coming up from around the world. nick peyton walsh is live near slavynysk. matthew cans in live in moscow. nick, you are in the middle of the region where all this violence is happening, what did go on today? >> reporter: well, we had a glimmer of good news, the release of the 12 strong gel e delegation from the osce. they have us kaed hell for 12 days, today after a russian envoy released thanking quote from the bottom of their heart the russian envoy, because four of that team were germans an recent rare positive
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 2:35pm EDT
, washington, boston, los angeles, san francisco, they did blackout, newspapers were printing rumors of all this stuff. roosevelt goes on national radio and takes it to the media and lectures them about don't print any more rumors, don't print anything that is not official fact or war news coming from the white house for the war department, teammates in to the media age radio broadcast from the white house a couple days after which i want to make one point. as far as the media goes, we all think the first official pronouncement from the government for roosevelt for the roosevelt white house was december 8th, 1941, his speech in congress, was not true. pablo larrazabal gave the first broadcast from the position of the roosevelt family and in many ways position the national government, at a regular radio show and she went on national radio the night of december 7th and talked about more out, her own four suns one who was on a ship at sea and the eventually all four boilers, roosevelt boys went into war service and served honorably. talked about people not being scared. she had one piece of in
FOX News
May 3, 2014 11:30am PDT
recorded racist comments by the owner of the los angeles clippers now speaking out. in an interview with abc's "20-20," vi stiffian osays the comments released to the public were not the first by donald sterling in conversations with her. >> i think mr. sterling is from a different generation than i am. i think he was brought up to believe those things. >> what things? >> segregation, whites and blacks. minorities. from black jews to white jews. >> do you think that donald sterling should apologize? >> absolutely. >> did you discuss this with him? >> yes. >> will he apologize? >> only god knows. >> okay. this comes as clippers' players are threatening to walk out over the racist comments. we're going to have a live report from l.a. at the top of the hour. >>> health officials in this country are confirming the first case of a potentially deadly virus that has come from the middle east. coming up, we'll tell you about the danger of mers, and what you can do to protect yourself. >>> plus, house republicans voting next week on a resolution on the irs targeting scandal, calling on the j
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 2:00pm EDT
for a fight for the victory. >> basketball, a few hours' time, the los angeles clippers wi will hatake on the golden state warriors in the deciding game of their play-off series a place in the western conference semifinals. already there are the portland trail bra trailbla trailblazers. they were leading the best of seven series 3-2 going in to this game but look to have lost it when the rockets scored in less than a second left on the clock. >> put them ahead 98 to 96. but the crowd went wild with a 3 pointer on the buzzer to steal a stunning 99 win for portland. it's the first time in 14 years they have breeched the semifinals. >> i think i can speak for our entire team when he made that lay-up, with.9 seconds, man, we've "to go back to houston." i told them later, i looked at the clock to see how much time was left. and i knew that we were getting shot off. i didn't know what the quality would be of the shot. but, you know, we got as good a look as we was going to get and, you know, in the time out, you know, here we are. >> the chicago blackhawks have drawn first blood in the nhl w
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 11:00am PDT
they don't necessarily have the history of a los angeles lakers, it's still a really good investment. you have oprah winfrey, also magic johnson. he said he wasn't trying to angle to get the clippers, but i would imagine if they became available, you're going to get a long list of people and groups that are trying to get that team because they probably feel like despite all the bad history that's been associated with the clippers, it's still a terrific investment. >> yeah, a team that at last check at least was valued at somewhere around $600 million. espn's jamel hill, always good to see you. thanks again. >> thank you. >>> condoleezza rice responds to the students and faculty who wanted to keep her out of their graduation ceremony. meanwhile, here in d.c., congress is reviewing the city wide law that decriminalizes marijuana. d.c.'s only member of congress, eleanor holmes norton, calls the move inappropriate and illegitimate. she'll join me live. >>> plus, a group of clergy says north carolina's ban on same-sex marriage violates their religious freedoms. i'll talk to one baptist pastor
SFGTV
May 3, 2014 10:00am PDT
years old and the commission announced that donald sterling the current owner of the los angeles clippers has been banned for life from participating with the nba and he is convening the owners to vote on compelling mr. sterling to sell his interest in the clippers franchise. so wonderful outcome to what has been three really bad days but we're proud of our league and proud of our players. it's not before your commission, but it's probably the most important item in our lives today. i want to say hello and introduce myself as president and chief operating officer of the warriors. what you will have in the warriors as i promise you will learn is a very committed organization to the community engagement that we have already started. this is only news that is a week-old, but we're 100% committed to working not only with you, but with the mission bay neighborhood, dog patch potrero hill to make sure that we introduce ourselves and make sure we create a project that will be great and that we're going to be very good neighbors and be additive to everything that you have accomplished
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 9:00am PDT
involving the los angeles clippers owner speaks out. [ male announcer ] staples has everything you need to get your client's attention. from brochures to business cards to banners. everything... except your client's attention. thousands of products added every day to staples.com, even bullhorns. how much? [ male announcer ] staples. make more happen. >>> the bottom of the hour now. welcome back. i'm t.j. holmes. well, donald sterling is not a racist. that is at least what v. stiviano is saying. she is the woman at the center the troers involcontroversy inv l.a. clippers owner. here is the video of her wearing that fantastic visor. here's what she told abc's barbara walters. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> had you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general, blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you've heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. anyone can say anything in the heat of the moment, but through his actions, he's shown that he's not
ABC
May 3, 2014 8:00am PDT
. >> for a week she's been seen and not heard. now the woman at the center of the los angeles clippers controversy, v. stiviano, is speaking exclusively with abc news's barbara walters. >> miss stiviano, you just left donald sterling, what is his state of mind right now? >> confused, i think he feels very alone. >> you do not consider him a racist? >> no. >> zbl do you think he should apologize? >> absolutely. >> do you think he will apologize? >> only god knows. >> the woman who recorded team owner donald sterling's infamous racist rant coming to his defense, insisting they had a professional relationship. >> i became part of mr. sterling's team. i became someone who protected him. someone who took care of him. >> sterling is also breaking his silence. talking to du jour magazine about stiviano. he said, i wish i had just paid her off. he's been kicked out of the game, slammed in the court of public opinion, benched for his opinions about african-americans. >> don't those remarks sound racist to you in. >> think that the things he says are not what he feels. >> the nba has already banned sterling
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 10:48am EDT
it if you come visit me in los angeles. he plays dumb. and she kind of turns around and cries, like literally, and she's like i'm afraid that won't be possible. so these people know that they are trapped. so, again, the book's hilarious. [laughter] >> so what's the deal with this kim jong un guy? >> am i right? [laughter] >> is he another kim jung-il? is he, is he even more of this, like, playboy who doesn't care about anything other than, you know, eating expensive sushi and -- >> kim jong un was plan c. >> is he geoffrey from game of thrones, is what i'm asking. >> i've been told that i look like geoffrey, and i don't know if that's true, but apparently that's a bad person to aspire to. again, kim jung-il makes this point, and it's true, it's not strictly hereditary monarchy. the eldest son went to japan -- >> can we talk about why he was passed over? >> sure. and today's passover. he went to japan. his passport which is from the dominican republic, his chinese name in the passport translates to fat bear because literally to us he's this kind of roly poly guy. he said he was going
CNN
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
.a. clippers owner. ted rowlands joins us from los angeles. ted, sterling said repeatedly on the tape he didn't want stiviano to bring black people to the clippers games or post pictures of herself with them. so what was her reaction to those comments when pressed on the issue? >> reporter: well, the interview was very revealing, fredricka. we haven't heard from donald sterling and speculation was i wonder if he's mad at her, if they're even talking. a lot of people figure he was probably not talking at all to v. stiviano, but it turns out that they are still in communication and she talked to barbara walters as you mentioned in an interview yesterday. she said that she doesn't think donald sterling is necessarily a racist but that he just says things and that he does need to apologize. she also described him as a father figure type person, saying that yes, i love him like i would love a father figure, not in love with him. take a listen to what she said to barbara walters about whether or not he should apologize. >> do you think that donald sterling should apologize? >> absolutely. >> did yo
ABC
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
los angeles. ryan, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. good morning, bianna. finally, donald sterling and his former companion, v. stiviano, speaking out. opening up a strange and mysterious window into their relationship. los angeles clippers owner, donald sterling and the woman who taped his racist rant, v. stiviano, finally breaking their silence. sterling told "du jour," a magazine that caters to the wealthy, quote, i wish i had just paid her off. in an exclusive interview with abc's barbara walters, stiviano described the embattled owner's state of mind, after speaking with him just minutes earlier. >> i think he feels very alone. tormented. emotionally traumatized. >> reporter: it was a week ago friday, in the middle of the nba playoffs, that the 80-year-old billionaire became what now some call the most hated man in america, because of the release of his hate-filled comments caught on tape by the gossip website tmz. >> it bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. >> reporter: all seemingly set off by a photo stiviano
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
is happening right now when we talk about donald sterling, the owner of the los angeles clippers pro basketball team. i am not, just to be clear, equating george w. bush to donald sterling. i am asking us to think about how we respond in these public moments of race talk. sterling was banned from the nba for life this week for telling his alleged girlfriend that he didn't want her to be seen with black people or to bring black people to his team's games. and the outrage was swift, loud and effective. social media had all the feelings. sponsors pulled out in droves. clippers players staged an on-court protest. president obama weighed in and in less than a week the nba commissioner banned sterling from the league for life. >> the views expressed by mr. sterling are deeply offensive and harmful. that they came from an nba owner only heightens the damage and my personal outrage. >> many have pointed out that sterling's comments should not have been surprising. he has a history of alleged discrimination, including a maifs $2.7 million settlement with the justice department in 2009 over accusations t
KRON
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
will rent another good team off for tonight's game 730 at the stable center in los angeles. but once you're blue and gold to an assistant picture said to pictures like these in warriors here will have done a message of this book or e-mail us at kron park,. >> : but lawyers and other big men trade following an mri warriors announcing that germane o'neill suffered a bruised bone in his right kneecap. he's listed as questionable for game 7. >> : sports all the news indeed sports night live at 9:00 after kron 4 news at 8. >> : some from a debt to the new movies day that shabazz celebrate cinco de mile in the movies + showbiz news and a new woody allen coming up on kron for weekend. sunshine on the bay area some close senate does appear to the is mainly in the '50s. sub-indices and '60s in concord and livermore sorrows the right now 55 degrees. satellite radar shows cloud cover is shifting to the south needing more sunshine in the north like downtown san francisco water on this afternoon and is pitting a lot of '60s and '70s. tablatures actually near seasonal of mountain view hitting 71 the o
FOX
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
. >> warriors held one final practice in oakland yesterday before going to los angeles. the series has been over shadowed by the sterling scandal. they are not concern that the son -- that it'll give the people a reason to cheer for the clippers. >> i think the story is behind everybody and we are ready to move on. maybe people will look at it like that but it's game seven. our season is on the line. whatever advantage that may be it doesn't matter to us. >> o'neal is questionable for the game. he suffered a bone bruise after davis hit his right knee in the second quarter of thursday's game. o'neil called it a dirty play. warriors took off yesterday midafternoon. tipoff tonight, 7:30 at the staple center. >>> fred is with the team in los angeles. he will have live reports starting tonight at six. you can also keep up to speed on what the warriors are doing leading up to the game by following fred on twitter. >>> donald sterling is talking publicly for the first time since the release of the audio recording. he talked to a los angeles lifestyle magazine. the magazine released one brief quote of
CNN
May 3, 2014 6:00am PDT
and martin in los angeles. it is not the legal side of it, but i find this bizarre. barbara walters started the conversation by pointing out she had just been with sterling. the two cordial despite the revelations. >> really strange things going on, michael, with the story. we heard that sterling was supposed to do the interview with barbara walters, but pulled out at the last minute. so this woman who has caused the demise of the billionaire's empire somehow are still friends. this story is bizarre. i'm not surprised they are still talking. stiviano says she is his confident. his close assistant and there to protect him. >> steve, among the other items of interest, there are so many to talk about today. he says to the magazine, i should have paid her off. what is the implication of him saying that? >> the implication is that he may have been extorted. that is simply an implication. he needs to be more forceful and more complete and has to give that story to investigators who can then see if they are corroborate that story in some w way. a lot of implication and not much substance at this s
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 9:00am EDT
tina's marcus in los angeles. he came in slighter than his opponent, 66.2 'til kilograms. he will earn at least $32 million for his latest fight. >> my job is to go out there and do what i do best. you know, i think i perform better under pressure. so, i look forward to going out ther , beating floyd mayweather, keeping my composure and doing what i do best. >> one of africa's most highly rated boxers is hoping to challenge floyd mayweather. charles manjuci won the welterweight title. he has enlisted the help for bright lights of las vegas. here is this report. >> for boxing champion charles manuchi, circumstance rather than choice decides his training program. he is from the country nasvingo province more than 200 kilometers away from the capitol. here, there are a few boxing facilities. the great outdoors is his gym. >> we have a situation. there are challenges. but to overcome the challenges, you have to be very strong. you have to forget about the challenges. then you work hard for your country. you work hard for yourself, for your family because we love zum bab w zimbabwe. >> tra
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 9:00am EDT
decide to go west to california, and they end up settling in los angeles where ena marries a man who's very abusive, who actually tries to kill her. so they go through this terrible divorce, and ena also gives birth to a child that dies. so all this happens by the time she's 21. it's 1862. the family decides to move to san francisco to bury her past and start over. and she starts to write poems and publish them in the golden era where everyone else is writing. and this brings her into contact with people like stoddard and hart and twain. and the timing is very good because just as she is emerging in the san francisco literary scene, the bohemians have decided to start their own paper, that the golden era has been good so far, but they need something of their own. they really need their own forum, and this marks a kind of new moment in the literary evolution of the west. building a better paper would bring twain, hart and stoddard closer together. they went from being acquaintances to friends, from colleagues in the era's crowded firmament to co-conspirators in a literary crusade of t
NBC
May 3, 2014 5:30am PDT
in the way. for "today," mike tie eastboundy, los angeles. >> let's get you caught up with the other top stories. jenna is following those for us. >> good morning. we begin with the latest out of ukraine. dozens of people have been killed in violent street battles between supporters and opponents of russia in southern ukraine. we have the very latest from outside the white house this morning. she joins us now. good morning. >> jenna, good morning you to. the crisis in ukraine is growing worse by the day. friday was the deadliest in months. officials in the black seaport city of odesa tell nbc news that 42 people were killed when riots broke out between pro russian and pro kiev protesters, moef died after being trapped in a burning building. now there were reports of more fierce fighting to day in the eastern part of the country. the one piece of good news here is that pro russian insurgents in eastern ukraine released the seven military observers and five ukrainian assistants who had been held captain ive for a week. all this comes as president obama and the german chancellor held a meet
Univision
May 3, 2014 5:00am PDT
reconociÓ que al equipo le dificulta jugar el campo sintÉtico. el dueÑo de los clippers de los angeles sterling sufre de cÁncer de prÓstata desde hace aÑos, la noticia sale a la luz al ser vetado de la nba, dicen que de no ser millonario y poder comprar los medicamentos ya hubiera fallecido. con un gol en los Últimos suspiros del encuentro de vuelta contra el valencia, sevilla logra el boleto para la final, aunque el global terminÓ 3-3, un viaje muy animado, se convirtieron de vÍctimas en victimarios. el domingo los suelos cholos se meten al infierno para el partido de vuelta, el partido lo puede ver por univisiÓn. y tambiÉn ésta misma noche, fanÁticos del frÍo, con lo mÁs destacado de la liga m.x,los espero por univisiÓn deportes. me despide sin antes recordarles, mÁs la tasa de desempleo cayo a 6,3 por ciento en abril para alcanzar su nivel mas bajo desde septiembre de 2008. ucrania lanzo su primera gran ofensiva en contra de las fuerzas prorrusas que se han apoderado de oficinas de gobierno en el este de ese pais. un adolescente en minnesota fue detenido por recolecta
ABC
May 3, 2014 5:00am PDT
of the los angeles clippers controversy, v. stiviano, is speaking exclusively with apc news barbara walter. >> you just left donald sterling. what is his state of mind right now? >> confused. i think he feels very alone. >> you do not consider him a racist? >> no. >> do you think he should apologize? >> absolutely. >> do you think he will apologize. >> only god knows. >> the woman who recorded team owner donald sterling's infamous racist rant, coming to his defense, insisting they had a professional relationship. >> i became part of mr. sterling's team. i became someone who protected him, someone who took care of him. >> sterling is also breaking his silence, talking to a magazine about stiviano, he said i wish i would have just paid her off. he's been kick out of the game, benched for his comments about african americans. >> don't those remarks sound racist to you? >> i think when he said is not what he feels >> the nba already banned sterling for life and find him $2.5 million. now the league is taking steps to force a sale of the team. after a week mired in controversy, the players are
CBS
May 3, 2014 5:00am PDT
game seven coming up in los angeles -- >> reporter: the clippers now head into game seven with their season on the line and the team's future ownership still in down. head koesh doccoach doc rivers. >> this thing has touched a lot of people and again the people that didn't do anything are being harmed. >> reporter: once the nba provides sterling with a copy of the written charges against. he'll have five days to reply. after that the rest of the team owners will meet within ten days to decide the next steps. for cbs "this morning" saturday carter evans, los angeles. >>> sean gregory is senior sports writer for "time" magazine and following this story closely. good morning. >> good morning. >> if this quote attributed to sterling is true the "i should have paid her off" quote, what's your reaction to that? >> it's not surprising. he's got a lot of money. a way it could have went april way for him but he didn't do so and now we have what we have. >> we've been hearing a lot about this vote. it's interesting to me because you read things like all of the
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 5:00am PDT
. >> that was based on a few different things. there was a character in los angeles a friend of mine who did a thing called tagging. he says, watch what i do to the waitress. i'm going to do a thing called tagging. he would slip them these profanity words. i'm going to have the cheeseburger with some fries and why don't you give me the diet coke. and i'll pick up the tab. >> did she notice? >> he would bury it. i went to b school for marketing. and al franken and i wrote the first one. it was the first sketch i did on "saturday night live." i'm about to go on "saturday night live," a show i watched for a long time growing up. here i am about to do my first sketch and it's subliminal. and we're at commercial, the cameras are away and we're coming back. 5 seconds to go and lo ren michael was standing next to me and he goes, are you sure this is what you want? >> you're not getting much support. you wrote it with al franken, a u.s. senator. he might be there tonight. here you are in washington performing. if you're in washington and you don't have a ticket to the dinner, you can go see kevin. you can c
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 4:00am PDT
this out that many years hurt the nba like, let's say, mlb steroid scandal or would this stay local in los angeles? >> this is going to be huge. this is going to be something the players could boycott if they don't want to play for the owner. if it turns into major legal battle president nba will lose money off him keeping the team. >> thank you so much for your perspective. that wraps up this hour. straight ahead. more smart political talk with steve kornacki. ng take your mar. ♪ [ female announcer ] one drop of ultra dawn has twice the everyday grease cleaning ingredients of one drop of the leading non-concentrated brand... ♪ [ crowd cheering ] ...to clean 2x more greasy dishes. dawn does more. so it's not a chore. i'm saving a ton of time by posting them to my wall. oh, i like that one. it's so quick! it's just like my car insurance. i saved 15% in just 15 minutes. i saved more than that in half the time. i unfriend you. that's not how it works. that's not how any of this works. [ male announcer ] 15 minutes for a quote isn't how it works anymore. with esurance, 7 1/2 minutes could
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 5:00am EDT
to al jazeera america to find out what's really happening between new york and los angeles and around the rest of the world. >>> the violence in ukraine is intensifying pro-russian separatists have taken over state buildings in numerous cities in ukraine's eastern border region with russia. and today the ukrainian government attempted to take them back with military action. there are unconfirmed reports that the separatists shot down two helicopters killing two people. moscow condemned the attacks and repeated its warning that it reserves its right to intervene to protect pro-russian citizens in the region. at the white house today president obama and german chancellor angela merkel warned russia that they are prepared to increase sanctions russia continues. the two leaders put tensions aside and stood united on ukraine. libby any outcome? >> they wanted to present a unified front and they really were able to. if this meeting would have happened even a few weeks ago there may have been more chill in the air over the nsa spying on angela merkel's phone. they wanted to speak with one vo
FOX News
May 3, 2014 2:00am PDT
in part, quote, in order to separate the los angeles naacp and the naacp from the negative exposure i have caused the naacp, i respectfully resign my position as president of the los angeles naacp. we continue with our great american panel. by the way, we also have an update. this broke earlier before we came on tonight. donald sterling to a magazine, i wish i had just paid her off. >> some people just don't know when to stop talking. he needs to stop talking. but of course the l.a. naacp could renege on his first achievement ward. >> sure it could. >> which occurred in 2009 when he was in the middle of a federal lawsuit for discrimination, racial discrimination against people that were renting in his koreatown properties in l.a. he was not letting african americans or latinos rent from his property. >> he had horrible -- he is quote as saying horrible things. >> he has history. but they took his money. >> the department of justice in such a case. >> 2.7 million. >> here is the crooked nature of this, because this is important. jenkins who was the president of the naacp had also been disro
ABC
May 3, 2014 2:00am PDT
at the amazing new theater in los angeles. to find out if there's a location near you, go to otrc.com. next week it's seth rogen versus next week it's seth rogen versus zac efron in this is your computer. let's go on the internet. let's go. ok. she's going to love me all over again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right. ♪ >>> welcome to "beyond the headlines." i'm cheryl jennings. this year marks the 25th anniversary of the professional business women of california conference. every spring, women from all over the country come to san francisco to learn, be inspired and network. all in the name of gender equality. so mark your calendars for the big event happening may 13th in san francisco. here is jackie speier, co-founder of this amazing conference and she met with eric for the current state of conference. eric. >> welcome, congresswoman. let's talk about the pbwc and some of the things affecting you in the nation's capitol. first, congress, gridlock, is there any hope on that front? >> not during election year, i'm sorry to say. so i think my view of the message
ABC
May 3, 2014 1:07am PDT
and that sometimes he simply doesn't understand the things he says. mary bruce, abc news, los angeles. >> for more on barbara walter's exclusive interest view go to our website abc7news.com and then "nightline" at 11:35. >>> breaking news alls from child falls from a second story window in vaw knee shaw. it happened at the family's home on brentwood drive near larkin drive. a few blocks away a chopper landed to airlift the 3-year-old child to children's hospital oakland. firefighters say the child has head injuries, though should survive. >>> it looks like an ordinary moving truck, but tonight it is one of the most controversial vehicles in the bay area. it is called hookup the hookup truck. a place for adults to hookup. abc7 news reporter in the mission district with details of the truck's debut. sergio? >> that's it right there. it doesn't look like a whole lot from the outside, but the creator of the hookup truck says it is a safe place for adults who may have met the right person at the moment but may not have a place to meet that person exactly. for $75 hor half hour the space inside can be r
FOX Business
May 3, 2014 4:00am EDT
unforeseen twists and turns. and now the president of the naacp in los angeles turns out was disbarred in michigan, disbarred in california, was refused admission back to the bar in california because he is unfit to represent your profession. and it took money to effectively give donald sterling award. so there is a corrupt system at work and we also have everyone in entertainment and business circling like bolter is afforded due process is begun, let alone how it has proceeded. >> there they are, i'm not going to name the names. it's crazy and the reality is that we should know whether or not he violated the policy. we should get an injunction which would stop the madness for now, whether this violates the bylaws. no one has talked about that yet. lou: this guy is a jackass. but that's not a crime in america or we would have a hell of a prison population. >> another formulation i would like people in the audience tonight to take me as i have never said something privately but i wouldn't want disseminated nationally. there's not a person on the planet in the category. >> thank you ver
FOX News
May 3, 2014 1:00am PDT
, listen to their long time president, leon jenkins. >> it the los angeles naacp going to make a request to him to return, tht like an heisman trophy, we're not going to ask him to return an award that he's gotten years ago. >> absurd, right. well, jenkins resigned yesterday, explaining he was doing so to separate the los angeles naacp and the naacp from the negative exposure i have caused. close that quote. what are your thoughts? >> i think it's great that he resigned but having his replacement and picking donald sterling, that's a bad choice. >> dana, if leon jenkins came out on monday, the first media day after this thing broke and said, you know we're christian, maybe we'll forgive him for that, but was it about money? >> i don't know if it was about monday any. when i listened to the second part, the clip that you just showed, to me, i thought that was a little bit of -- that was more sincere than the previous comment and that it was nice to see somebody stand up and say, you know, i'll walk away from this because if it will help the cause for me to leave, that's kind of a stand-up
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